In subsonic compressible flows, it is not easy to enforce desired quantities at the boundaries, particularily at the inflow. Examples for the quantities are velocity/angle of attack for a turbine blade, pressure distribution for a airfoil(2D/3D).
Implemented three subsonic inflow conditions for subsonic cfs solver. When with a supersonic inflow conditions all of the quantities from the upstream will automatically be enforced.
- Add three subsonic inflow conditions enforcing two quaitities in the normal direction to the boundary: Entropy-pressure (RhoP), Entropy-total enthalpy (SH), Entropy-normal velocity (SU).*
The mathemathcal deductions for these conditions will be included in Ganlin's final PhD thesis.
- Change the keys (EnforceRhoP, EnforceSU, EnforceSH -> EnforceEntropyPressure, etc.???)
- Change the default outflow condition to be the standard invariant compatible format (directly enforce the ghost state value to be the specified ones) (in case it becomes an outflow)
- Remove comments
- Add tests
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